I wish I could say that I came to blog today about something exciting, something going on in life, but I’m would be lying if I said I had a plan. I typically sign on to read other blogs, etc. and sign off, after a couple of comments or two, but I was annoyed by seeing pumpkins as my last entry – so I have no plan, nothing exactly set out to blog about. I don’t even know that I want to blog today about anything, I just don’t want people that come to my site to have to stare at my pumpkins…for those of you that are a bit confused — when a holiday is over, for me it’s over. I hate when it’s drawn out for weeks. When Halloween stuff is still up a week later, it drives me crazy, and for me I have discovered its the same sense on my blog. Halloween was 2 weeks ago..I seriously have had nothing more to say in two weeks so those of you (my 4 loyal readers!)have had to look at my out dated pumpkins…so for that I apologize.
Life lately. Lets see, Ryan is in his third week of work and seems to be putting up with it fine, he hasn’t really complained. He is a good husband and is doing what is needed for the family, I am so grateful for that. I am feeling stagnant. I still have yet to find a job, or enough clients (through massage or Mary Kay) to make myself feel better about not having one. For a while I felt pretty good, I was bringing in money every week, so I felt like I was contributing to our family but lately its been stagnant. Dead. Nothing. I have days where I wake up and hit the ground running, I can’t get my mind to stop I have a “to-do” list of 50 things and blast through them, and am ready for more. This week, it’s been different. The weekend was energized with goals and ideas which gave me high hopes for this week, but that hasn’t been the case. The motivation hasn’t been there which is always frustrating, I think that’s what happens when we are stagnant for too long.
I have an entire plan inside of my head – a “To Do” List of things to get done to build my client base (eBooks, eCourses, eClasses…the list goes on and on), but I have so many ideas I’m probably on overload. If I could take a photo of whats going on inside of my mind it would probably look a little like this:
And to be honest, I think this is photo describes it lightly, but I couldn’t find one that I could really consider to “capture it”. I would describe it as a large shop or warehouse, filled with blowing fans tossing around sheets of paper, and sticky notes. All over the place.